This intriguing book asks children to identify objects made from different materials-metals, wool, rubber, glass, wood, and paper. Simple explanations follow each object describing where these materials come from. An activity asks children to match objects with the materials from which they are made.
This book looks at the difference between flexible and rigid objects. Using familiar objects, readers discover how flexible and rigid objects are used in everyday life. Readers are encouraged to identify and classify materials based on these physical properties.
Explore the world of motion. Read about many things that move.
Explores the states of matter, the building blocks of everything in the universe, as well as influential scientists in the field
Solids, liquids, and gases are all around you! In this book, you'll see the states of matter at parties!
This book explains the history and characteristics of light and how it is used. Reading Essentials in Science.
Expanding on our popular Lets Explore Science series, this book focuses on light and sound. Every day, waves bring light and sound. A wave is a disturbance that travels through matter or space. Students will learn about electromagnetic and mechanical waves, the properties of waves and sound, pitch, amplitude, and the electromagnetic spectrum, as well as how all these things affect the products we use and even us as humans! This book will allow students to apply scientific ideas to design, test, and refine a device that converts energy from one form to another.